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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... some time drinking a local red wine and talking to the owner who was very proud of a whalebone he had on display.
Just before boarding a chap turned up to pick up the HiLux. He kept asking if we had damaged the car, which we hadn't, but suspected he would try and fleece us later (which he did! Now under investigation.)
Back after a short flight ...
... jobs and getting some things done. We had lunch at home and chilled. I had made plans that I would meet one of the guys Stephen and I had met in Uruguay. He is called Tomas and he is Argentinian but he usually lives in Uruguay. He was just in BA for a week to see family for Xmas. So I went out about 6.00 and headed to Palermo. We went to Plaza Serrano and had some drinks and then we moved around to some different bars and had empanadas and lots more drinks. Monday is a funny night ...
... that looked more like a posh restaurant. Outside I was approached by 2 monks and given some reading material about meditation and vegetarianism...just down my street, I was also invited to a meditation session on Sunday with free lunch ...so that's a date booked!!!!
I headed off to the Japon Jardins and had to pay an entrance fee because I forgot about it not being Wednesday when everybody can get in for free oh well..it all goes to the conservation ...
... Dinner was good had pizza and beer for cheap. I also, got a quick lesson in Spanish. I ended up hanging out with Juan all night and a girl named Ana (from Brazil) a bit too. I told them that I was planning on going to a show tomorrow and they both were interesting in coming along, so we made plans to go. My observations: Argentinians look European that Latino; Biking was not as scary as I thought it would be; I am terrible at Spanish and ...
... was still there after nearly 9 hours of dancing in 24 hours was beyond me sometimes but all I know is it makes me superbly happy. It were amazing 4 weeks full of music, dances, smiles and great friends. I was superbly difficult to leave but I wanted to see more of south america so it was time to leave. Knowing I'd be back before leaving to Amsterdam again made the good byes to family and tango easier and more bareable. Nevertheless gracias Buenos Aires and all the amazing ...